The 350 Ghana Reducing Our Carbon (GROC) has held a workshop on integrating Renewable Energy (RE) plans into the Ga – West Municipal Assembly in its effort to support the government’s Renewable Energy program
A one-day workshop on integrating Renewable Energy (RE) actions and strategies into the Medium-Term Development Plan of Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) has ended in Accra with a call on participants to pay attention to local emission sources.
This Thursday, 6th August at 9 AM GMT+2, we will put the spotlight on the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), one of the biggest oil megaprojects threatening the lives, livelihoods, and ecosystems of thousands across East Africa. Please join the webinar and add your voice to the petition. You can also tweet about the campaign and help them reach a wider audience.
350 G-ROC has continued to champion for a 100% renewable energy run Ghana alongside partners. They have organized numerous events to push for renewable energy and recently launched a campaign project targeting five districts of Accra.
Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green in partnership with 350Africa.org, NEMA Uganda, the National Forestry Authority Uganda and the Deputy Speaker of Parliament in Uganda is hosting a candid virtual workshop about Nature and Biodiversity and our role as the human race to ensure it is preserved on June 05th.
From May 28th to August 6th, 350Africa.org under the Afrika Vuka platform will be organizing a series of 6 out-of-the-box webinars dubbed the Afrika Vuka Caravan, which takes the form of a virtual caravan running through Kenya, Senegal, Ghana, DRC, SA and Uganda telling the stories of the iconic campaigns in these countries.
As the world continues to trap in to help slow the spread of Covid-19, one of the most interesting phenomena taking place is the creative, quirky, and inspiring ways from people across Africa and beyond to cope with the pandemic.
Given that Zimbabwe, and just Africa in general is disproportionately affected by the effects of climate change, all of which have resulted in the loss of lives and devastated communities and the economy of the country, one wonders the logic behind investing in coal power plants.
Communities in Western Uganda are deeply concerned that if the Ugandan government allows the presence of oil activities in the eco-sensitive areas such as the Ngaji block which have been put up for bidding to the investors, their lives will be ruined because they have depended on the tourism for their livelihood which will disappear.